This needs to be repeated:
1. But fornication, indeed, all moral impurity, or covetousness, should not even be mentioned among you, as is proper for saints. (Ephesians 5:3)
, we are to abstain from “fornication and all moral impurity.” “Fornication” refers to sexual activity practiced by unmarried persons and “moral impurity” refers to all forms of sexual deviance and perversity (note Romans 1:24,26-27). Not only are we to abstain from such acts, we are also to abstain from such conversation: such things “should not even be mentioned among you.”
2. As Christians, what should characterize our speech and conversation? See Ephesians 5:4 (printed below)
Nor should there be any indecent behavior or foolish talk or vulgarity
, such things are not appropriate; but rather, let there be the giving of thanks. (Ephesians 5:4)
We are not to engage in coarse, vulgar humor; do not show an eagerness to hear such jokes, do not repeat them. We should let it be known that we are not interested in such “humor.” Instead of vulgarity and coarse humor, our speech should express our appreciation to God for His blessings by offering thanksgiving unto Him.
THIS IS WHY I DON'T WANT PEOPLE TALKING TO ME OR MAKING JOKES ABOUT SEX.